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JavaFX Talk at Brussel’s Java User Group

This week I will present JavaFX to the BruJUG folks.

The talk will be divided in two parts :

  • During part #1, I will present the JavaFX programming language and associated tools.  This will be a one-o-one discovery tour for people without previous experience with JavaFX.
  • Part #2 will be a hands on lab based on my JavaONE 2009 talk.  This lab will provide step by step instructions to build a JavaFX RIA with asynchronous REST communication to a web service deployed in GlassFish.

Should you plan to attend part 2, be sure to download and install NetBeans 6.9.1. From the download page, pickup the largest bundle, the one including JavaFX and GlassFish.

BruJUG events are free and open to everyone.  Should you happen to be in Europe’s Capital this Wednesday, feel free to join (but do not forget to register first for obvious logistic reasons)



JavaFX talk at the Transylvania JUG

A couple of weeks ago, I had the pleasure to be invited to deliver a talk and a lab to the Java developper community in Cluj, Romania: the Transylvania Java User Group.

I was surprised to discover a highly motivated and vibrant set of folks. Like usual, we had excellents exchanges before and after the lab

Lab and presentation materials are now available (a free registration is required for the Lab material)

Pictures of these two evenings will be shortly posted too.


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JavaFX presentations and demo during our last JUG meeting

A couple of days ago, the Luxembourg Java User Group – YaJuG – and the Lorraine JUG held a last meeting before the holiday season.  They invited Simon Ritter and myself to talk about ademo JavaFX.

The meeting was organized on a boat (une péniche) usually dedicated for theatre performances

The slides are now posted on YaJuG’s web site while Lorraine JUG posted some pictures on Picassa.

French local newspaper "Le Républicain Lorrain" wrote a short paper about this and even sent a photograph for the occasion (lower left of the page, in french !). 

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Next JUG Event : Java & Web Applications Security

The next YaJuG (the Luxembourg Java User Group) event will cover some security topics for Java developers :

  • How to  implement cryptography (encryption, key generation, signature, etc.) from within your Java applications
  • A review of the Java top-10 security breaches in your web applications.

More details and registration are available online.  Book your agendas : May, the 27th 2009

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